Customers west of Paine Field, per Resolution No. 408-16 (approved: December 21, 2016).
Rates effective January 1, 2018.
|Customer Classification||2 Month Base Rate||Volume Charge|
|Single Family Residence||$132.70||N/A|
|Meter Size||2 Month Base Rate||Volume Charge per 1,000 gallons|
|5/8 x 3/4"||$76.92||$7.32|
Strength Class Volume Change
|Customer Classification||Volume Charge (Effective January 1, 2018)|
Surcharge: Additionally, all customers in the Commercial-Industrial class above shall also be charged an additional surcharge based on strength of waste. Strength classes shall be measured as follows:
|Class||BOD||Units (Actual Water Use)|
|Strength Class I||0 to 300 milligrams per liter BOD||200 milligrams per liter BOD|
|Strength Class II||301 to 900 milligrams per liter BOD||400 milligrams per liter BOD|
|Strength Class III||901 to 1,500 milligrams per liter BOD||1,000 milligrams per liter BOD|
|Strength Class IV||Over 1,500 milligrams per liter BOD||To be determined|
Wastewater surcharge rates for Strength Class IV are based on BOD concentrations as opposed to predefined concentrations used in Classes I, II and III. Staff, based on a calculation for BOD over 1,500 milligrams per liter BOD, will determine actual volume rate.
Customer classifications are established as follows:
- Single family residential shall mean a residential unit served by a separate water meter.
- Multi-family residential shall mean duplex, apartments, condominiums, townhouses, and mobile home parks served by a single water meter.
- Commercial-Industrial Class I shall mean a non-residential non-food processing/preparation customers including but not limited to retail stores, offices, service stations, schools, churches, governmental facilities, parks, manufacturing businesses, hotels and motels, all of which have a daily average BOD strength of 300 milligrams per liter or less.
- Commercial-Industrial Class II and III shall mean a non-residential customer including restaurants, taverns, food processing/preparation businesses, breweries, ferry terminals and ferry waste, or other businesses which have a daily BOD strength between 301 milligrams per liter and 1,500 milligrams per liter.
- Commercial-Industrial Class IV shall mean a non-residential customer with a daily average BOD strength in excess of 1,500 milligrams per liter.
- Commercial-Industrial Contract Customers shall mean a non-residential customer served by the District by contract.